Gainesville, FL - Kat Cammack, the Constitutional conservative candidate for Florida's 3rd Congressional District, took first place in a ten-way straw poll conducted by the Republican Liberty Caucus in Clay County, securing 33.7% of the vote.
Click HERE to view the poll results. Kat Cammack released the following statement after the results were announced: "I am honored to have taken first place in the straw poll conducted by the Republican Liberty Caucus in Clay County. Momentum and the support of the grassroots is strongly on our side as we head towards election day. "Clay County has always held a special place in my heart. Some of my proudest accomplishments while working with Congressman Ted Yoho were the VA clinic on 400 College Drive in Middleburg, and working with FEMA on recovery efforts Fleming Island following Hurricane Irma. If elected, I look forward to representing each and every town in Clay County, from Orange Park and Green Cove Springs down to Lake Asbury and Keystone Heights."
Kat Cammack is a small business owner, a proud wife to a first responder, an alumnus of the United States Naval War College, and the longtime former Deputy Chief of Staff and Campaign Manager to Congressman Ted Yoho (R, FL-03). Kat Cammack launched her first television ad a few weeks ago, which has received accolades locally and nationally. She also recently released a strong digital ad titled, "Bootstraps" and an emotional pro-life video. Last week, she released a video outlining her strong illegal immigration policy. Just today, she outlined the impact of big government in her newest video titled, "Third-Generation Sandblaster." Excluding candidate loans, she set a fundraising record in Q2, raising more than a quarter of a million dollars, which was the most ever raised by a candidate in a quarter in FL-03. Kat has earned support from top national conservatives such as U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R, KY), The Republican Liberty Caucus, Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, and theTea Party Express. She has also announced endorsements from more local leaders, activists, and elected officials than anyone else in the race.